Artist and experimental musician Graham Dunning’s Mechanical Techno Demonstration is exactly what it sounds like! Dunning demonstrates his incredible hand-made method for making techno music: layering locked records, analogue synths, even mechanically triggered percussion. Watch how it all comes together below!
Director Quentin Tarantino and cinematographer Bob Richardson wanted their latest film, The Hateful Eight, to be the eleventh film ever to be shot in Ultra Panavision (as wide as widescreen gets) and with the help of the film company they were able to pull it off.
The Hateful Eight will be projected in 70mm in select theatres on Christmas day as a good old fashioned roadshow, meaning it will feature an overture, intermission, playbill, and extra footage!
Watch the featurette below and start the countdown.
#SHOOTITYOURSELF, a new video series by #TheCreatorClass and Canon, features some of Instagram’s most creative image makers sharing some insights into how they create their signature images. In this episode, Adeyemi Adegbesan, known to most as @soteeoh (“so T.O.” as in Toronto) give you a taste of the city through his lens.
Watch the video below!
There’s nothing that could be said to prepare you for this bizarre video for the Heaven & Hell remix of You’ll Melt More!’s “Hamidasumo!” you’ll just have to watch it below! The song is excruciating though so you can let me know in the comments how far into it you got before you had to mute it.
Terrific video for Australian indie rock outfit The Jezabels, directed by Darcy Prendergast and Xin Li over at Oh Yeah Wow. The expressive style was achieved through stop-motion, capturing real oil paint on glass, frame by frame! Check out “Come Alive” below!
Funny little animation by London-based artist/animator Joseph Atkinson (a.k.a. José Fatkinson). Made in his final year of art school, check out “The Journey” below!
Shot in Ultra-High-Definition, Pleasant Places (2015) is London-based visual artist Quayola’s contemporary response to Vincent van Gogh: a series of digital paintings that morph and shift into various abstractions using custom-software. Watch the mesmerizing results in the short video below!